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is how to encourage or guarantee big spending cuts in the future. as we've seen, house republicans are split themselves. more conservative members, including those from the tea party, refused to commit a yes vote for boehner's plan. it calls for congressional votes to raise the debt ceiling in two stages before next year's election. but the one thing they all agree on is that the other side is to blame. >> what's going on in the house is a disgrace. it is an outrage. >> the republicans are holding hostage the credit of the united states of america. >> we are determined to find a way to pay the nation's bills, but to do that in a fiscally responsible way. >> reporter: now, even if the house passes a plan today, it's not going to pass the senate at all. we could see a plan, an emergency plan introduced by the treasury as early as today. president obama could be forced to consider his own emergency measures. we're live on capitol hill. elaine reyes, news 4. eun, back to you. >> elaine, thank you. >>> we'll soon have a better idea of what the district plans to do if a debt deal is not
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